Note: This collection is in the process of being reviewed and images will be added to the database periodically.


Wallis, Neill J. 2013. The Materiality of Signs: Enchainment and Animacy in Woodland Southeastern North American Pottery. American Antiquity 78(2):207-226.
Wallis, Neill J., and Amanda O’Dell. 2011. Swift Creek Paddle Designs from the Florida Gulf Coast: Patterns and Prospects. The Florida Anthropologist 64(3-4):187-205.
Wallis, Neill J. 2011. The Swift Creek Gift: Vessel Exchange on the Atlantic Coast. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.
Wallis, Neill J., Matthew Boulanger, Jeffrey R. Ferguson, Michael D. Glascock. 2010. Woodland Period Ceramic Provenance and the Exchange of Swift Creek Complicated Stamped Pottery in the Southeastern United States. Journal of Archaeological Science 37:2598-2611.

National Science Foundation Swift Creek pottery research is supported by National Science Foundation (NSF) grant 1111397 (BCS) and Wenner-Gren Foundation Grant 8337. Collections are courtesy of FLMNH, Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research, University of Georgia, University of South Florida, and Lou Hill.

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